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Highlights from the 2010 Tanglewood Jazz Festival

Highlights from the 2010 Tanglewood Jazz Festival

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The annual Labor Day Weekend Tanglewood Jazz Festival took place this past weekend at the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Lenox, Massachusetts.
Rich Bradway, the new media guru at Boston Symphony Orchestra was our roving reporter capturing highlights from the festival with a handheld and presented new video featurettes on Saturday and Sunday throughout the day. Photographer Kristophe Diaz provided the still imagery.
Sunday, September 5, 2010

11:00PM: Interview with Donal Fox

9:00PM: Interview with Julian Lage

7:00PM: Jazz Café—Noah Baerman Trio

5:00PM: Interview with Doug Lawrence

3:15PM: Interview with Eddie Daniels and Bob James

1:30PM: Jazz Café—Audrey Silver Quartet


Donal Fox and Maya Beiser

Donal Fox

Donal Fox

Donal Fox and Warren Wolf

Donal Fox

Eddie Daniel

Julian Lage Group

Julian Lage

Julian Lage Group

Maya Beiser

Maya Beiser

Saturday, September 4, 2010


11:00PM: Interview with Kurt Elling

9:30PM: Interview with Laurence Hobgood

6:00PM: Jazz Café—Kelley Johnson Quartet

4:00PM: Interview with John Pizzarelli

3:00PM: Interview with Jane Monheit

2:00PM: Jazz Café—Brandon Wright Quintet


Ulysses Owens

John McLean

Welcome to the Tanglewood Jazz Festival Cafe

Laurence Hobgood

Laurence Hobgood

Kurt Elling

John Pizzarelli and Jane Monheit

John Pizzarelli

John Pizzarelli

Jane Monheit

Photo Credit

Kristophe Diaz



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